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X0W AN. UNTY.
tas5DAY.June . g : 1881.
Tr**s or THEa NEWs AlD UERALD.
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tisemeints. Simple alnouncements 01
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Winnsbaoro Publishing . Company
Whimtsboro, S. C.
i!AILRoAD ScnEDULE.-The trains
now pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-ound passenger, 12.28 p. in.;
south-bound, 4.28 p. in.; north-bsound
freight, 9.05 a. in.; south-bound, 1.87
p. mi. These arrivals are on the basis
of Railroad time, sixteen minutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
Citation-J. R. Boyles, J. P. F. C.
Attention Ladies-McMaster, Brice
-J. L. Minnaugh commences his
big clearanee sale to-day. Now is the
time to buy your dry goods for cash.
Try Mimnaugh once. *
Tun TEAcnEas' AssoCoATION.-The
Teachers' Association meets on Satur.
day the 11th of June, at 11 o'clock.
Col. Davis will discuss the subject of
1 pronunciation. Phonetics and the
sounds of letters will be practised, and
other interesting matters will be dis
cussed. Members will bring their
ONWAnDS AND UPWARDS-GREAT
SLAUGHTER IN GocDs.-From this day
forward I will offer my entire stock at
prices unheard of in Winnsboro. My
big advertisement will appear in next
J. L. MIMNAUGH,
*j The Leader of Low Prices.
CLOSING OUT.--Messrs. McMaster,
Brice & Ketchin, desiring to close out
their stock of spring dress goods, will
sell them at very low prIhes. Pur
chasers wishing anything in this line
will do well to examine these goods.
In addition there will be- found on
Ai hand a full stock of dry goods, general
nerchan dise, drugs and medicines,
w hich will be sold at prices as low as
the very lowest.
RAINS AND CROPs.-Blains havP fal
len in almost every portion of the
county, althogh in some sections there
has not yet been a season. On Friday
a wind and hall storm passed over
Ridgeway. The hall did no damage,
but the wind lifted Mr'. John Simpson's
kthnoftf the pillows and set it dowvn
on the ground, breaking up the store
Sand doing other harm. Trees were
broen down. A storm also passed
ovrMr. Middleton Armstrong's
V place, throwing downa a barn, it is.
said, and tearing a few planks off the
side of the house, and demolishing
fences. The farmers are getting on
well with cotton, but the oats did not
yiel~d half a rop.
YENzsioR's PREDICTIONS FOR JUNE.
The Canadian weather prophet is still
~fgetting in bis work, and as a matter of
' local interest we give his predictions
f, or June just as we find them in the
papers: June is likely to prove warm
even hot and dry up to about the 10th
or 12th days. Beyond these dates
cool and showery wveather is probable
., up to the 20th, and frosts are likely to
be experienced pretty generally both
in anada and the Northern States.
A snow fall is not improbable in
mountainous regions. The neighbor
hood of the 22d and 28d daiys looks,
Sin the distance, particularly cool and
<frosty, while the 24th to 26th dates, on
~Ythe contrary, smack of heat In many
'sections of the country. The neigh
Sborhood is likely to prove stormy in
Wetern Ontario and Western United
States, the storms in all probability be
ing accompanied by thunder and light
ning and hail. The month will end, in
most parts, with threatening weather.
COMMENCEMENT E X E R10 5 I 8 .
The commencement exercises of the
Carolina Military Institute, Charlotte,
N, C., will begin on the 14th inst,,
with an address before the Corps of
Cadets by the Hion. M. C. Butler. The
public ceremonies, consisting of ad
dresses by the Cadets of the different
classes and the conferring of diplomas,
will take place on the morning of the
15th inst. The exercises will be both
entertaining and instructive.
It Is with pleasure that we acknowl
edge the receipt of an invitation to
attenad the commencement exercises of
the Law School of thme Columabian
University, Washington, Di. C., and
we hereby tender thanks for the same
to Mr. 0, A. Diouglass, of' the gradu
atinag class. This young gentleman is
the second son of our' esteemed fellowv
citizen Mr. John,8. Douglass, and has,
since last September, been pursuing
a .. legal studies in the Coimbian
'"v He graduated at Erekine
Sclass of 1878, and for- a
(I'ein tejaf tug in this
mangred 'with U.he ad Boali O
rang ent, blithaei i the frst a
uae night of A/ Liza's visit c
been suprelune aPY, her Mg
been spendhip P Oeenigaregulai t
company, ad once eveuiak
the er poken of bal h
'and' .nedlher attenons Wei(
- plaw'50s to her husb~andg
bagi .3i~t banish upcn'
raoH~comar 0.1 Naaox
The Gantd and Petit Jares Promptiy oA
Man-1he Charkbeth'e riing Judge
The aumtmi' term of the Court of
Generial Ses'elons for Fairfield opened
on Monday Morning, his Honor A. P.
Aldrich, judge of the second circuit,
presiding. The roll of the grand jury
was called, and seventeen members
answered to their names. The pre
Wlng judge then delivered his charge
to the grand jury, substantially as fbi
It gives me- great pipasur'o to. eet
you, on ny return to yQur 0o1u)W4'.ef
ter an abisence of two yk.ars and a half,
and to cngratulate yokfupon, the im
proved condition of our affairs. The
State government has been conducted
with economy, and with a just regard
to all the interests of our people.
Commerce Las revived, labor .is con
tent, crime has decreased, factories are
springing up, railroads are * extending
their lingps, and there are everywhere
signs of a general in provement. I see
no reason why, With her great and va
.rled resources, with a government
that will at once develop those re
ources and give protectiou to all our
people, and with the help of a bene
ficent Providence, our State may not
rise to the highet Lrosperlty.
I have said tht drime has diminish
ed. While this Is happily true of most
offences, yet such Is not the case with
the crime of homicide. In the past
year-from the first of February, 1880,
to the first of Jantuary, 1881-I have
tried thirteen cases of homicide, out of
which there were ten convictions.
The crime of homicide thus ap sears
dreadfully prevalent. Why is this so?
My experience convinces me that the
reason why it is so Is to be found in
the practice of whiskey-drinking and
the chrrying of concealed weapons.
These evils became so great that the
Legislature was forced to pass laws to
check them-the statutes against carry
ing concealed weapons anu forbidding
the sale of intoxicating liquors outside
of incorporated towns and villoges.
Your duty is to present all violations
of these statutes that may come to your
The cri me of homicide is not confin
ed to our land-as some partisans pre
tend. It spreads over the whole world.
All kinds of homicide are prevalet-in
Ireland.suffering under a chronic nn
ine-in imperial Russia and in prois
perous Germany, waging a constant
and cruel crusade against the Jews.
These people-a people who have been
good citizens and who have furnished
to literature some of its brightest orna
ments, and to politics some of the
greatest statesmen-these people are
driven from their homes by the man
dates of a tyrannical goverinment.
And all this in enlightened Europe.
We cannot say how this state of affairs
has come about. For our part, all
that we can do is to enforce the law.
Let it be understood that all that
come to our shores shall be strictly
answerable to the law, and shall like
wise enjoy the full protection of the
Our State is doing all she can to en
courage immgllration. Our Commnis
sioner of Imnugration is a zealons and
capable gentleman, and is using his
best efforts to make his department
successful and beneficial to the people.
Immigration is of Vast importance to
our State. We want capital-and
with pop~ulation will come capital.
Mr. Butler, our Coinmissioner of
Agriculture, asks me to bring to the
attention of the grand juries the lawv
passed for the protection of'flsh-a sub
ject very much neglected. Though
the Commissioner has beena indefat iga
leh in stocking our rivers with fish,
though traps have been put in pr'oper
places, yet the law has been so fre
quently violated that the eff'orts of the
Commissioner almost come to nought.
If the landed proprietors wvill help him,
anid If the law be enforced, we shall
soon have all our rivers stocked with
an amp~le supply of fish for all. It is
your duaty to see, as far as you are able,
that the fish laws are properly respect
It is not necessary for me to charge
you as to your different duties, as the
painstaking judge wvho preceeded me
has doubtless done so as f'ully as is
necessary. It is your right and duty
to inspect evey department of the pub
T1herec is one subject of gr'eat impor
tance to the courts and the people. I
allude to the drawing of j uries. The
law requires that in maki no up the
jury-llst the commnisslanei's s'hall tak e
one in ten or at least one in twenty of
the whole number of persons fit and
liable to jury duty. Yet in one county
withina my knowledge, where there are
are over six thousand voters, thaei'e
were but 280 names put on the jury
list. Ther'e is certainly something
wrong in this. I do not know of any
irregularities in the dr'awing of jurlies
in this county, but still It is a part of
your duty to look after the tnatter.
You will nowv retire for the consid
eration of such bills as the Bolicitor
shall submit to you.
The grand jury accordingly retired.
The State vs. Nelson Savage, indict
ed forlarceny from the field-stealing a
hundred ears of corn from the field of
the prosecutor, Mr. W. B. Boyle. Mr,
J. E. McDonald appeared for the de
fenice. At the close of the -State's tee
timony, hie announced that he had no
evidence to offer, and would submit
the case without argument. After a
brief charge from the Judge, the jur'y
retired, and soon returned with a ver
diet of "Guilty."
Thme State vs. Edlward Thrown, In
dlicted for carrying a concealed wvea
pon. D3efendant pleaded "Guilty."
AT OUR HOUSE
0II0ICE SUMMER BEVERAGES,
OLD VIRGINIA MI JJLEP'S.
Uhinee, o Wja aeribet
rlara had4 melCty was rebudtt f elerto
lid had E bron lit it 'Rea er to o
Y in her oedi toeas for~i~bo any
her to ernt mountam, It 0 an~ enen~
Iev itha eruptions qfakes andj terrE
rathl- tey oved their toaaut in
rut eyi stl further tow aBaOsecn ti,
>ram. naialm rnortounded ,
N eonneetion with the Biuggy and
Spring Wagon business, Ihave fox
sale the well-known
Farm Wagoem My one.hdrse wagons are
coupled. the sAme as a two-horse -wagon,
l4ve fr6ht bounds and rocking bolster.
Warranted for twelve months.~
J. It. CUMIVINGS,
Opp. -Dunlevy & Fant
WE, the undersigned. rerpectfully in
form the citizens of WINNSBORO and
vicinity that, we have REMOVED to
And are now in receipt of a full line of
new and desirable
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Which we will sell at the lowest prices
Laces and Embroideries, which we offer at
accordingly low prices.
We resneotfully ask the attention of th
Ladies to our entirely new fresh
stock of these goods.
English Swiss, Plain and Plaided Nan
sooks, Piques, in great variety.
Ladies' Lane Scarfs, Tics and Pows, at
fifteen cents, worth thirty-five cents.
BEAUTIFUL SPRING SUIrS
FINE, MEDIUM and COMMON
For MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS.
MADE TO ORDER.
Suits made to order, at very lOW prices1
SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION.
P. ldecker & Bro.
1.UGARS, assorted. Coffees, Rio,
a Laguiayra and Old Gov. Java.
Rio nd ld Gv. avaRoasted.
Teas, Black, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Young Hlyson,
Pears, Peaches, Pineapples, 't'o
matoes, Salmnon, Corned Beef, Deoviled
11am and TLut'key, Sardines, &c.
Macaroni and Cheese, Ginuter Pre
serves, Pin Head Oat Meal, Coopei
Gelatine, Mustard, Black POeppe and
Baldwin Catsup, Cross & Black
well's Chow Chow, Empire Ch~ow
Chow, Assorted P~Ickles, Lea & Per
tin's Worcestersir'e Sauce.
J. F. McMASTER & CJO,
Free to Everybody!
A BE~AUTIFUL 1DOOK for thme ASKING
Byaplin personally at the nearest
ocofTlIE lINGER MAN UFACTUR
ING* CO, (or by postal card if at a dis
tance) any ADULTf person will be pre
aented with a beautifully illustrated copy
of a New Book ontitled
STORYT or the 8EWING MAIHNE
'sontaining a handsome and costly steel
engraving frontispiceo also. 2-8 finely en
graved woodr ents, and bound in afl eab-,
orate blue andl gold lithographied cover.
140r oharge whatever is made for this hand
,~e,book,whfeh can be obtalined only
Sao,. .ionm at~the branch and subordi
le north. awe','ia Singer Manfffacturing
Which to end are
Inhab $ fe the Ja,ACTURING 00.
ed th'em sa Usc~o, 34 (nion Square,
despair inwa1j' )~ ok
e prea-~ 'T
Beriier & ERell
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL
HALF PINT BOTTLES AT SIX
TY-FIVE CENTS PER DOZEN.
BOTTLES TO BE RETURNED
ON DRAUGHT t
F. W. HABENICHT.
M. L. KINARD'S
COLUIIlXA, S. 4o
JUST receivedi the largest and most
complete stock of SI'RINQ CLOTH ING
that has over been ih the State, and at
pricos to atiit the times.
SUITS OF MIDDLESEX FLANNEL,
Warranted, at $12.50.
M2N' 8 ALL1 WOOL CHEvIOT SUITS,
. Wai'ranted, at $10.50. *
YOUT HS' SUITS FROM $3.50 to $15.004s
BOYS' SUlTB $l.5f, SM 00, $2.50, AND
ALSO a fine stock of Taylor's cel brated
Mackinaw Straw Hats and Manillase,
in shaldos of Silver, Tan, Chocolate
I HAVE added to my stock fine abdea for
gentlemien, to comnplot e an outit, guaran
toud not to rip or break; if they do, VdIll
give another pair.
ap 12-1 .
ELEGANT JEWELRY CHEAP..
T o i odtc 'unew styles a d inenc trard*
no ma e e loi 1 npr el " "le o "ar fr
nbr tie Ier i acket c 00, h s a gren
pled wathcsn gte n shaw pin eramey' l
r*afltJ/rsea bein* "uff b eto. co a ek
am e ren std. zod p tsco'ld ing, clla'
frott 9 o0 8|00.
R c. Wo sev utLoPs, egAvgo, Wpnnte
caor 8.i, geun aiindeo0rl ~d
Ma LAeOe crAswthP diVLdlou cte bEa R f
.EW AND DESIRABLE SPRING
JHEAP AND PRETTY SPRING
BLACK and colored "ashineres, Al
iacas, Mohairs, Momie %loths, Grena
lines, Buntings, Ilernani Cloths.
LAWNS, Muslins, Linens Suitings
"lque, Ginghams, Calicoes, Nainsooks.
ASK to see "Renfreu" Ginghani.
,asslinres, Jeans, Cottonades and
IILEACIHED, Brown and Plaid
TALE Linen, Doylles, Towels,
;heeting, Pillow Casing.
.F ANY BODY WANTS A OOD
HAT for" a little money, let them
all on me. Nobby line of Straw Hats
F ANY MAN OR BOY WANTS A
SUIT of good, pretty, nobby, charm
ng Spring Clothes, let theia call on
F ANY MAN, WOMAN OR CLILD
WANTS a pair of Shoes, cheap, let
hem call on ine and get them.
HOSE SHETLAND SIIA WLS ARE
A BEAUTIFUL Line of Laces,
Ianburr Edgings and Insertions, Cot
GEATSISilk and Linen Handker
LADIES' Linen Hem-stitched Hand
GENTS', Ladies', Misses' and Chil
;ENTS' AND LADIES' SCARFS.
COLLARS and Cuffs, Ruffling, Etc.,
1UT WHAT IS THE ITO E TRYING
TO mention everything in the Store?
nst come and see me, that is all, and
will wake it pay you.
MY GROCE RY STORE,
AS usual, is well stocked with all
he necessaries, and a few of the iuxu
ics, of life, that is, in the eating line.
lut if you should need any hardware,
rookery, glassware or woodenware,
My I can supply you.
;O DON'T FORGET TO CALL ON
ESTABLISH ED 13i9.
(WOUDON onHTE SPOOLS.)
GEORGE As CLARk,
100 BIOADWVAY, NEW Yolik,
Since the introduetion of this Spool
i#.ttta in1to the Amerieqn market, its smuc
ebA has been unnprecedenmtod. No, othei'
~rand of thread hias over met with the
sine amoiint of pubili favor in the same
pace bf iin
The "0. N. T." tnaut1ladtutors were the
irt to recognizo the implortarnce of the
owing Machinie and to make a six-cord
otton, which has ever been Ihe recag
mized standard for machines.
All the improvements in i-ifchinery
hat the inventive geniuse of the nine
ceth echtury has p~rodluced have boen
~daptedl by the manufacturers of".NT'
At all the great Intgrnational Fairs o"
hio world, '"D. N. T.' han bebh iawardedl
ho higheut 1honors.
"' hp ''O N. T." factories at Newark.
~. J., and Paisley, Scotlnud, ,employ
3200 operative.- make sufficient thread
aily to go around the world four times.
(Consume 140 tons of coal daily.
~Thu inanufactriters of "SO. N.'IT." are
lie largest manufaictiilri's of Spbol 00t
.n in the world.
A full assortment of this Spool Cotton.
an be had at wholesale and retail at JT. 1M
tEATIY & CO.'S. feh '2.-tfx6m
WINNSIIORO, S. C.
a RORI OR
I do not:
per, but g
THE REIGN 0
DRIVING forever into oblivion that
stroyed the people's best friend-THE
99 gauze nndershirts reduced to 2
76 gauwe underehirts reduced to 41
55 gauso undershirts reduced to 6
I IA'.Y]E "I:
MY ettire hotion stock oh the - centi
former prices square in half.
I3roken lots in Misses' add Ohidri
100 dozen ladies striped hose, in (
Bent goods ih the market for the monc
85 and 40 ceit.
FOr THE UMN-1,000 pairs de
6 cents a pair.
Further for the men- 890 pairs bi
best Bu'tish hose in Winnsboro for 25
120KWEAR AND BILE
25 dozeti Ladies' Lace TIts at 5; 1
4 dozen Ladies' Lace Ties at 75,
been bought far below their original va
their goods right for cash and cash oni
vMARD)WA RE i HARDWA
One dozen Kitig's On fine flye fit
Five dozen cotton hoes,6}, 7, 7j i
of 40 cents. Old price 65 and 75 centt
Just received Fowler's Patent Fly
sold in this place, for OASH ONLY.
PAINTS, PAJINTS.-I ath agent
the United States. and will furnish my
than they can buy them disewvhere for I
WANTEP ---8,000 pounids cotton
Also the highest market price paid for
Ji. L. MIM:
Ay er s
* iair rigor,
FOR OESTORINO BRAY HAIR TO ITS
NATURAL ViflAIlTV AND C0LQR.
I'r is a inot t greeabte diressing, whicli
is at once iarmless and effectual, fot'
preserving the hair. It restores, with
the gloss and freshness of youth, faded
or gray, light, and red hair, to a rich
b~rown, or deep black, as may be desired.
tly its use thin hair is thickened~ and
baldness of ton though not always eureda
It checks falling of the hair fimedi'
Ately, and causes a new growth fin all
cases where thE glands are not decayed;
*vhile to brashy, weak, or otherwise
diseased hair, it imnpartb vitality and
strength, and tenders It pliable
'Fhe Vrzoon oidansEg the scal%, Otires
And prevents the formation of dandruff;
and, by its cooling, stimulathIg, atid
soothing properties, it heals most if not
all of the humnots and disease. p~cias
to the scalp, keeping it cools cldan, and
hoft, under which coriditions diseases
of the scalp and hair are impossible.
As a Ibrasing for tLadies' 1!af
The VIGOR is incomparable. tt is color4
less, contains neither oil nor dye, and
*1l1 not sol ivhite cambric. It imparts
an agreeable and lasting perfume, and
as an article for the toilet it fd eonofat.
tal and unsurpassed irn its excellence.
PhEPARtD BY DR. 1.0d. AYE'A CO
Wsettet g*4 Aga:0s esss
sas ra sateesss Vleifiwas
a've mue a
sell a lit
4 THE IIELM DESTROYM
.. K '.M Maie
as'stern which for long years de
R POCKET BOOM
6 to the froht doniterb in iout
a8s, ibdiided to eats a jair.
lark colors, reduced to 10 coito.,
y. Soinethibg nice at 15, go, 9
ate' bro*n half hoso iout dowh
oen soolta reored to 10 centse thle
3, 15 and 95 cents.
0O, $1.26, $2.00. These godds have
itie, and parties who want to bu -
yshouild inspleet these GOOb -
iB l I IARDWARE fl l
ger i-adles, at $2.15 eASt!.
~iohes, at the astonishing low pi-We
~'ai~ at $2.90, lower thati ever befoiri
or one oj the bost.niiad naint h i
custome's T~t theBu goods lees
1e Almighty Dollait
rags, for which i. will p~ay 14mos
IBADEit OF LOWi PRIONS
AfRF cominht1lv ' m '.- vil m
s tynopbiH whi lo in V w:
'EW OlRLEANS M(i .Ass.\N . itPS
A LL (JIIALDE3.
UGAIts, FItj~ T g t~~l TO TilE
L'HE FINEST FL()t't IN TUiE MAltkRT-"THIE
1.'ATEN' 1 A II Y'LSO A! OIt LES
SUUUOT'ASII, teanun' Coi >rn Comnsi,~u
EPI'ER. ETC., ETO'
ALSO ?Nil'i'E *tdUR ATTENTION TO OtlIU
iOA bdcD COFFEE.
Ulve me a call and examitno for yotaelft,
~rticles too fitinerous to montion.
D. Ii. FLENNIRElN.,
6gtos THAT suapmem:
Wa AEMIns' "BENA.."
)sta e aew vloeetabme foa n; h6fe
usk on, atb.1flts 0 .n
__ taon w eae vt s